Highways officials called following collision between two lorries on A14 near Felixstowe, which led to road being closed for 90 minutes


- Credit: Andrew Partridge

A stretch of the A14 heading towards Felixstowe has been re-opened following a collision involving two lorries on Tuesday evening.

The incident happened between the junctions for Seven Hills and Kirton at about 6.45pm. Nobody is thought to have been injured.

The road was closed for about 90 minutes while the emergency services were at the scene and both lorries were recovered by 8.20pm.

The collision did result in an estimated 40-yard stretch of the central reservation being damaged.

Highways officials are now expected to assess the damage to determine whether work needs to take place on it this evening.

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